Xingyi Lianhuanquan performed in slow mode by Kahar as a reference for Kuala Lumper Xingyiquan practitioners on their Xingyiquan taolu (forms) exchanges during the Malaysia Xingyiquan Gathering on 26th December 2010. Xingyi Lianhuanquan by Kahar. Notes: This Linking-Form is not a traditional Xingyi form, this form was composed for demonstration purpose, i.e. to fit the […]
This video of Voon, a Xingyiquan practitioner from Kuala Lumpur, performing Shanxi Style Xingyi Wuxing Lianhuanquan (Five-Element-Linking-Form) was filmed by Kahar as a reference for their Xingyiquan taolu (forms) exchanges during Malaysia Xingyiquan Gathering on 26th December 2010. Xingyi Wuxing Lianhuanquan by Voon.
Kahar and I (Dennis) has taken a morning off from the Ye Style Taijiquan workshop to visit the local Xingyiquan practitioners in Kuala Lumpur. Kahar and I (Dennis) has invaded the training ground of Kuala Lumpur Xingyiquan practitioners in the morning of 26th December 2010. We have exchanged training methods, ideas, training and combat tips, […]
My Taijiquan teacher, Jiang Lan, is coming to Malaysia! A 10-day Ye Style Taijiquan workshop will be conducted by Jiang Lan at Kuala Lumpur from 22nd to 31st of December 2010. Kahar and I (Dennis) will be leaving Kota Kinabalu to Kuala Lumpur to attend this workshop from 22nd to 29th December 2010. What a […]
A welcoming ceremony of the 8th China International Shaolin Wushu Festival of Zhengzhou was held at the Shaolin Temple scenic area at 23rd October 2010. There were 60,000 Shaolin wushu practitioners participated at the welcoming ceremony with a total length of 16.6 km. The most spectacular scene was the 1000 “Shaolin Bronze Men” performing at […]
“HangShou” (杭手, Hang Hand) is a new martial sport promoted by the Sports Committee of Hangzhou City, Zhejiang Province. The rules comprised of two athletes compete in a 3 metres diameter ring; athletes are allowed to used techniques from TuiShou (pushing-hand), QinNa (Chinese Grappling Arts) and ShuaiJiao (Chinese Wrestling); a “Hangshou” match consists of 3 […]
The Shaolin temple, China‘s ancient Buddhist monastery and the home of kung fu, has now become a UNESCO world heritage site. Nestled in Mount Songs of Central China’s Henan province, the monument of Zen Buddhism was added to the World Heritage List during a meeting of UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee in Brasilia, Brazil. The new […]
SanshouXingYiQuan: and commentaries on modern martial arts (second edition) by Randy Stroud About the book: Truly an inspirational, motivating, and informative read for non-martial artists and martial artists alike. Chopped full of commentary, training tips, nutrition, and contains a hefty amount of resources for injures. The Author has fought in Kyokushin, MMA, sanshou, Bjj, sport […]